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Foo Fighters Make Stadium-Sized Hits Fit For An SUV on James Corden’s Carpool Karaoke

Foo Fighters sang their hearts out on James Corden's Carpool Karaoke last night as the band piled into some type of SUV with the late night host for his wildly popular segment that has recruited some of Hollywood's (and music's) biggest stars over the last two years. This time, the show carried out of the car after a brief stroll around Los Angeles where the Foos sang some tunes like "All My... ...

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Bob Weir Gives Fascinating Backstory on How “Truckin’” Came to Be Thanks to the Dead’s Travels

"Truckin'" stands as one of the Grateful Dead's densest tunes lyrically speaking, and in a new piece for The Wall Street Journal, Bob Weir broke down the backstory to the song starting with its inspiration drawn from the band's rigorous touring schedule of the late 60s and early 70s. "[Our touring schedule] was relentless," Weir said. "We'd play a gig, stay up late and then fly to our next gig... ...

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Parting Shots: Joy Division and New Order’s Peter Hook

Peter Hook spent the first 30 years of his career with his eyes focused firmly forward and the past 10 reminding his fans just how important those decades of hard work were. As the co-founder of post-punk pioneers Joy Division, the bassist left an indelible mark on the indie-rock movement. And he inspired a second generation of musicians while churning out New Wave anthems with Joy... ...

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Watch a Preview of Foo Fighters’ Carpool Karaoke with James Corden Tonight

Foo Fighters will appear on one of the most popular late night segments of all (hell, it now has its very own TV show) when they join James Corden behind the wheel for some Carpool Karaoke. The segment airs tonight, which'll surely feature the band singing along to a wide variety of songs including some of their own, and the show has released a brief clip previewing the band's appearance where... ...

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Phish Confirm New Year’s Eve at Madison Square Garden

After thirteen nights at Madison Square Garden this summer, Phish will once again return to the New York arena for four shows this New Year's beginning December 28, bringing their total at The Garden to 56. The quartet made history at The Garden this summer with thirteen shows featuring no repeats and earning themselves a banner in the rafters of the historic venue next to Billy Joel's... ...

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Liam Gallagher Making Tea for Himself is Even More Entertaining Than It Sounds

Liam Gallagher can make anything exciting, as we found out with this video of him whipping up some delicious tea for himself to help his voice. "Fucking money is tight," Gallagher said when asked why he makes tea himself. "No one buys records these days. In the 90s I had four people doing this for me." The animated Gallagher joked, "These little fucking smartasses download fucking tunes. Then... ...

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Jerry Garcia and Merl Saunders: GarciaLive Volume Nine: August 11th, 1974 Keystone Berkeley

Jerry Garcia’s idea of taking a break from the Grateful Dead was to play music with other people. Of the many aggregations with which he moonlighted, none is so revered as the various outings he made with organist Merl Saunders in the early ‘70s. Their relationship was particularly simpatico, and the small Keystone Berkeley was as close as they came to having a home base. This set features... ...

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Watch Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit Power Through Two ‘Nashville Sound’ Songs on ‘Kimmel’

Jason Isbell's tour with the 400 Unit landed the band out west this week, with the tour picking up tonight in Tucson, AZ. The group found some time to jump over to Los Angeles for a pair of tunes from their recent, excellent new LP The Nashville Sound. Appearing on Jimmy Kimmel Live, the band rolled through the tender, emotional centerpiece of the record "If We Were Vampires," which harkens... ...

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